The tidal surge had a significant impact on the region and, whilst most of Woodbridge got away unscathed, the properties near the river were afftected – The Tide Mill, The Art Club and The Ferry Quay Cafe are just some of the affected groups. We wish all those affected a speedy recovery, please let us […]
By Classic Boat // September 20, 2013 Suffolk is home to one of the most picturesque stretches of navigable water in the UK. Find out why it’s so special. Its famous bar is probably the thing that does the most to determine the Deben’s character. These notorious shifting sands at the river’s entrance are not […]
Thanks to The Woodbridge Society, we have access to some of the articles from their newsletter archive. These dive down into the very fabric of the town, looking at some of the personalities and businesses that have made and continue to make Woodbridge the town that it is today. We hope to be able to […]
Jessica Shire has been announced as the 2013 Woodbridge Carnival Queen. Miss Shire, a 16 year old acolyte at St Mary’s Church and Young Leader at Woodbridge Brownies, has been chosen as Queen of the first Woodbridge Carnival in thirty years. Alongside the Queen there will be three Carnival Princesses; Hollie Argent (8), Phoebe Argent […]
Crowds lined the streets today as the 23 Engineer Regiment (Air Assault) based at Rock Barracks near Woodbridge asserted their right to the Freedom of Woodbridge, via a stunning parade through the sunshine-filled town. A wonderful spectacle – If you missed it take a look at some of the snaps below!